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[movies]Ten Year Anniversary IICD - IICD
This is th eten year anniversary movie of IICD
Keywords: ict, ict4d, communication, development. africa, south, development
Downloads: 42
[unknown]Wiki - ICT4D Wiki
ICT4D Wiki dumped with WikiTeam tools.
Keywords: wiki; wikiteam; MediaWiki; ICT4D Wiki; ictlogynet_wiki
Downloads: 2
[audio]Harvard Forum 2 Audio Cast
Leading thinkers in the area of development discuss how ICTs could contribute to poverty reduction in developing countries, now and in the future. Convened by Nobel Laureates Amartya Sen and Michael Spence, in collaboration with Randy Spence and the International Development Research Centre, the meeting will take place on September 23-24, 2009 at Harvard University. See also: Communication and Human Development: The Freedom Connection? A panel discussion with Amartya Sen, Michael Spence, Clotild...
Keywords: human development; ICT4D; Information and communication technologies; Harvard Forum; Amartya Sen; IDRC
Downloads: 319
[movies]HelloAfrica - Anders Bolin, Martin Konzett
Hello Africa is the title of an documentary that sets out to illustrate the ongoing mobile phone craze in Africa, particularly in Zanzibar. Its intention is to present moving images of contemporary Africa with focus on people's lifestyles, popular culture, habits, activities and opinions in the context of mobile technology usage. The movie portraits individuals from various segments of society: students, rappers, teachers, athletes, vendors, watchmen and many more...
Keywords: Africa; Zanzibar; mobile phones; ICT4D.at; UZI magazine; CC
Downloads: 96
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